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Don’t Spy for Me Argentina, Setting Up Maduro’s Downfall or Trump’s ?

When an incompetent US President hires as his “special envoy” for regime change in Venezuela the very same buffoon who fumbled his way into helping to expose the Iran-Contra scandal, one can expect anything. Continue reading Don’t Spy for Me Argentina, Setting Up Maduro’s Downfall or Trump’s ?

What Really Happened During the Trump-Kim Hanoi Summit?

While the western media has written off last weekend’s summit in Hanoi as a failure, the talks did help to burnish Kim Jong-un’s reputation as a sincere statesman committed to peacefully resolving the nuclear issue. This is a significant development for the simple reason that Kim needs to continue to build popular support for his cause if he hopes to prevail in the long-term. Continue reading What Really Happened During the Trump-Kim Hanoi Summit?

John Bolton’s Return: The Neocons Have Taken Over the Asylum

With John Bolton’s appointment as Trump’s new national security adviser, the circle closes on any remaining hope of the 45th President of the United States embarking on a different course from every other president that has preceded him in the Oval Office in recent years, when it comes to foreign policy. Continue reading John Bolton’s Return: The Neocons Have Taken Over the Asylum